Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/content/38/10710238/html/bsrrworg/index.php:2) in /home/content/38/10710238/html/bsrrworg/wp-content/themes/celestial_aura/functions.php on line 483
EMF war | bsrrw.org

EMF war

Notice of private liability

Meddelande om privat ansvar vid hot  COVID masks, 5G etc  Meddelande om privat ansvar Masker m m

http://www.bsrrw.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Meddelande-om-privat-ansvar-Masker-m-m.pdf 

The ECNRR reform of Basic Safety Standard limit for non-ionising radiation exposure from electromagnetic fields is established.

28.5.19

The current adviser of governments on the levels of non-ionizing radiation exposure the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), ICNIRP.org, has proven to have failed to act as the world’s authority on non-ionizing radiation risk. ICNIRP is not independent of industry ties as it claims. Its opinions are not objective, not representative of the body of scientific evidence, but are biased in favor of the industry, by which it is partially financed, causing ICNIRP reluctance to consider scientific findings of serious harms caused by radio-frequency (RF) radiation.

This has now been changed by European Committee on Radiation Risk SubCommittee on Non Ionizing Radiation Risk (ECNRR) that has on the 28th of May 2019 established the Basic Safety Standards (BSS) for the public. ECNRR BSS comes in the form of dose limits for exposure to radio-frequency radiation created by technologies such as  cellphones, cellphone towers and other sources including the still experimental 4G and the proposed 5G.

The Annual and Daily Dose limits in Nrad and Nrep are now established for the risk levels to cumulative exposures to Non Ionising radiations in the 2Gz and proposed 5G radiations up to 100 Gz. These limits for adults and children have been decided following an initial publication in December 2018 and a consultation period of 5 months. The rapid increase in Radiofrequency (RF) radiations in the environment and the proposed major increases associated with 5G rollout in the near future represent a serious and unaddressed public health hazard. Citizens are exposed to radiations which have been now shown by hundreds of scientific studies to cause biological damage potentially resulting in cancer and developmental issues. This is a Human Rights and Public Health issue and has now been addressed through the quantification of cumulative absorbed doses.

The two new ECNRR units of Dose are established:

1.  For radiations not higher than 2GHz  the – Nrad – or Non Ionising Radiation Absorbed Dose equal to 1kJ per kg of tissue.

2. For radiations above 2GHz a weighting factor is applied based on the frequency of the radiation to provide the unit – Nrep- or Non Ionising Radiation Equivalent Person.

 

Whereas no scientific environmental risk assessment on any RF radiation exposures has been published by Business or State,

Whereas no JUSTIFICATION has been published by States for the exposure of citizens to non-ionising radiation which has been shown to be associated with serious harmful downstream health effects and also deterministic effects on mental equilibrium,

This is the ECNRR reform of Basic Safety Standard limit for non-ionising radiation exposure from electromagnetic fields.

Download the full BSS statement document fr ECNRR committee scientific secretary  Pr Chris Busby here

Final ECNRR Basic Safety Standard published 29th of May 2019 ECRRnonionizing290519final XXoXX

The link to full announcement   http://www.bsrrw.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/ECRRnonionizing290519final-XXoXX.pdf

The ECRR Non-ionising radiation dose (Nrad/ Nrep) model assesses a dose limit mainly in regard to cancer in rodents, infertility and foetal development effects in animal and insect studies.

Summarising points. ECNRR Committee hereby establishes Basic Safety Standard for Exposure to Radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation up to 2Gz frequency. 

1. No adult shall be exposed to more than 50 Nrads per annum of non-ionising radiation of frequency below and including 2GHz.

2. No adult shall be exposed to more than 0.14 Nrad per 24 h day.

3. No teenager the age of 12-19y shall be exposed to more than 10 Nrad per annum of non-ionising radiation of frequency below and including 2GHz. This dose is even suggested for adult parents before consumption.

4. No teenager the age of 12-19y shall be exposed to more than 0.03 Nrad per 24 h day. This dose is even suggested for adult potential parents.

5. No child the age of 6-12y shall be exposed to more than 5 Nrad per annum of non-ionising radiation of frequency below and including 2GHz.

6. No child the age of 6-12y or pregnant woman shall be exposed to more than 0.014 Nrad per 24 h day.

7. No child below 6y should be exposed in any way and all inevitable exposures must be kept as low as reasonably achievable.

8. For the purposes of calculation these limits refer to all sources combined.

9. The Recommended Dose Limits are tabulated for convenience in the tables.

We request the responsible authorities to respond immediately by implementing ECNRR Basic Safety Standard limit for Non-Ionising Radiation  and spread it to the world achieving the protective measures for the public. 

Best regards,

Roland von Malmborg

E info@ifrrr.org

T  +46-730 224 355

Administrative secretary

International Foundation for Research on Radioactivity Risk, IFRRR
www.ifrrr.org

 

 

The for review to all European radiation risk agencies sent earlier ECNRR press release of 12th of December 2018

The reform of Basic Safety Standard limit for non-ionising radiation exposure from electromagnetic fields.

The current adviser of governments on the levels of non-ionizing radiation exposure the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), ICNIRP.org, has proven to have failed to act as the world’s authority on non-ionizing radiation risk. ICNIRP is not independent of industry ties as it claims. Its opinions are not objective, not representative of the body of scientific evidence, but are biased in favour of the industry, due to their reluctance to consider scientific findings of serious harms caused by RF.

Download the full BSS statement document fr scientific secretary  Pr Chris Busby here

ECRR Nrad dose 121218 press    link    http://www.bsrrw.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/ECRR-Nrad-dose-121218-press-I.pdf 

Document is a reform of Basic Safety Standard limit for non-ionising radiation exposure from electromagnetic fields. Statement has been received by all radiation safety agencies of European Union, as well as IAEA etc with following responsible receivers specified in the document   Justification European Competent Authorities HERCA emails Names

It is the official press release of European Committés on Radiation Risk (ECRR) Non-Ionizing Radiation Risk SubCommittees scientific secretaries Pr Christopher Busby statement fr 12thDecember 2018. Title – Proposed Unit to quantify exposure. Proposed Exposure Limits.

The responsible radiation safety agencies have to adress the subject to administrative secretary Roland von Malmborg at info@ifrrr.org.  Based on the received input fr them during the following 3 months, on 12th of March, the limits of exposure dose will be published as final.

Summarising it:

“The current adviser of governments on the levels of non-ionizing radiation exposure the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), ICNIRP.org, has proven to have failed to act as the world’s authority on non-ionizing radiation risk. (…)

It was a source of concern to the Committee that no official organisation has properly addressed the epidemiological and animal study evidence nor has there been any attempt to quantify exposure, similar to the case with ionizing radiation and the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP), www.icrp.org, an authority that has been corrected by the ECRR ionizing radiation model (www.euradcom.eu ).

Non-ionising Radiation Absorbed Dose (Nrad)

Accordingly, the committee has developed a tool for quantifying cumulative exposure. A new quantity is hereby defined, the Nrad (Non-ionising Radiation Absorbed Dose). One Nrad, is defined as an absorption of Radiofrequency (RF) energy by tissue equal to 1kJ per kg of tissue. The quantity is thus defined as energy per unit mass, just as the ionizing radiation units Gray and Rad are.

Non Ionizing Dose (Nrad) = Energy (kJ) / Tissue mass (kg)   …..

Survey data suggest that the average daily adult use of a smartphone is between 2.3 and 3.5 h. In convenience terms, these limits suggest that safe use of a smartphone should be restricted to 0.65 Nrad per day for adults which is an exposure of about 1h and for children the value depends on age 7-18 years and is 3-30 minutes. The Committee position on children under the age of 6 years is that they should not be permitted to use mobile phones and that their exposure to other RF devices should reduced as far as possible. These limits must be applied on all RF emitting devices, including Wifi masts with mobile data generators, mobile phones, laptops, Wifi Modems, I-pads, smart meters and all other devices which cause RF exposure to humans.

 Acknowledgement of limitations and necessary reform

The ECRR Non-ionising radiation dose (Nrad) model assesses a dose limit only in regard to cancer studies in rodents. It presently does not assess potential effects of RF on other conditions or effects on other living creatures.

Health authorities of some governments have recently taken steps to reduce public exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation by regulating use of wireless devices by children and recommending preferential use of wired communication devices in general, but this shall be a coordinated international effort within a conceptual safety reform. Due to the most rapidly increasing anthropogenic RF environmental exposure effects since the mid-20th century, and the arriving technologies like the Internet of Things and 5G that would add millions more radiofrequency transmitters, a legal conceptual reform of RF safe exposure is urgently necessary and may imply specified areas being left free of RF exposure.”

We request the responsible authorities to respond immediately to the issues of Basic Safety Standard limit for Non-Ionising Radiation using the attached scientific approach and spread it to the world achieving the truly protective measures. 

Best regards,

Roland von Malmborg

T  +46-730 224 355

Administrative secretary

International Foundation for Research on Radioactivity Risk, IFRRR
www.ifrrr.org

 

ECRR video statement 13.11.18

Video statement 3.1.19

 

Wireless safety RPC IWOG certification

Due to urgent world wide electromagnetic weapons attack on fertility and health of all species, Diarchs of Indigenous World Order of Godland – Ditta and Leif of Godland, Ditta Rietuma and Leif Erlingsson – have established a worldwide Radiation Protection Commission of Indigenous World Order of Godland, later called RPC IWOG.

RPC IWOG goal is to establish certification of the use of electromagnetic weapons sold as houshold items – mobiles, computers, WIFI modems, microwaves etc

Certify with test vetting on emf   http://www.bsrrw.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/test-vetting-on-emf.pdf

electromagnetic-spectrum    http://www.bsrrw.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/electromagnetic-spectrum.pdf

exposure levels banner  http://www.bsrrw.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/exposure-levels-banner-emf.pdf

emf human frequencees  http://www.bsrrw.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/human-frequencees.pdf

test vetting on emf and other side  http://www.bsrrw.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/test-vetting-on-emf-and-other-side.pdf

test vetting on emf   http://www.bsrrw.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/test-vetting-on-emf.pdf

 

WiFi Radiation – Dangers of WiFi – See It Measured – How To Remediate WiFi Radiation

Fr EMF Safety Zone  channel on Youtube

Fr youtube channel  The Art of Unity

 

Ditta Rietuma on Elektromagnetic warfare through telecomunication devices. In Russian

Video link https://youtu.be/xgGKdZZkI8s